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May 26, 2012 4:16pm EDT
the united states. the only question is whether these resources could be coordinated to maximum advantage. that is where public policy must enter the picture. i look forward to your questions. >> thank you very much, mr. jenkins. >> i direct the energy and climate program at the break through institutes based in oakland, california. it is an honor to appear before you today. advance energy policy and markets are now at a key inflection point. in recent years, u.s. advance energy sectors have grown rapidly. adding jobs even through the depths of the recession. a recent -- nearly all advanced energy sectors currently rely on public policy support to gain at expanding foothold in today's well-established energy market. that policy support -- total annual federal spending supporting surged to $44.3 billion in 2009. it is now poised to decline 75% by 2014. that is according to original analysis of 92 federal policies conducted by the breakthrough institute. of the 92 programs we examined, a full 70% are now set to expire by 2014. the topic of this hearing is timely. with the u.s. advanced ener
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